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Flying the Atheist Banner on Independence Day

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pope Beanie Jul 6. 10 Replies

To U.S. citizens:So is it in atheism's best interests to promote supernatural abstinence on the Fourth of July? …Continue

Tags: flying, patriotism, banner, July, of

Misguided Atheism

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gary Clouse Jun 25. 38 Replies

Is atheism experiencing growing pains with all this in house bickering and accusations of racism and sexism? We have certain individuals who have risen to the forefront of the atheist cause but not…Continue

Tags: racism, sexism, Dawkins, Harris

Can you be happy living in the moment?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ed Jun 10. 4 Replies

I have lost several relatives in the past few years. Many succumbed to the onset of Alzheimer's disease. The loss of one's memory and their ability to identify, those around them, family members…Continue

Tags: loss, memory, Alzheimer's, amnesia

Babies Are Not Born Atheists

Started this discussion. Last reply by 0vpnwjpd7knh8 Jul 1. 90 Replies

"Babies Are Not Born Atheists" is an article published by Chris Benek, editor of the christianpost.com. His assertions are laughable at best. He mentions that the declining numbers of religious…Continue

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Ed replied to umar's discussion 'New site'
""I am lazy about such things." Perhaps hiring one of our adept members ,who are well versed in software and website design, to complete the embellishments of your new site is worth considering."
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Ed replied to Unseen's discussion '9 dead, 46 wounded by gunfire in Chicago'
"I guess just leaving them on the streets to commit further random acts of violence is preferable? Information volunteered by residents could, maybe, perhaps save an innocent life."
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Ed replied to Unseen's discussion 'Are we giving sanctuary to murderers and rapists?'
"There's also the financially unsavory fact that we have incarcerated hundreds of illegals who have committed violent crimes, including rape, and therefore must use our tax dollars to house and feed these miscreants instead of deporting them."
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Ed replied to Unseen's discussion 'Thoughts on the Women's World Cup and soccer/football in general'
"True that soccer is more appealing to watch on a TV, I was only commenting from the aspect of conditioning and physical stamina."
Jul 7
Ed replied to Unseen's discussion 'Thoughts on the Women's World Cup and soccer/football in general'
""but where are the profits for the networks?" That's why they hire marketing professionals to figure that shite out. The networks seem slow to understand that when they fill a programming slot full of commercials, interspersed with a…"
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Ed replied to Unseen's discussion 'Thoughts on the Women's World Cup and soccer/football in general'
""What do those racers do the rest of the year that would keep fans interested? " There is an international racing circuit that occupies them for many months out of the year."
Jul 6
Ed replied to Unseen's discussion '9 dead, 46 wounded by gunfire in Chicago'
"Un - "d) the need for an actual solution to the problem since the usual approaches obviously are a massive failure" It is probably safe to say that any solution to urban America's gun problem would of been implemented years ago if one…"
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"I kind of feel like someone living in a borough of New York who walks down to the local watering hole and sees a "For Sale" sign on the door. Bummer."
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Ed replied to Unseen's discussion 'Thoughts on the Women's World Cup and soccer/football in general'
"The best conditioned athletes in the world are those who race bicycles professionally. They burn through incredible amounts of caloric energy in a short time span. The Tour de France is happening right now and in about a week they will hit the…"
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Ed replied to Unseen's discussion '9 dead, 46 wounded by gunfire in Chicago'
"So what's the point of this thread?"
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Pope Beanie replied to Ed's discussion 'Flying the Atheist Banner on Independence Day'
"Ha, I thought I had an original idea, but maybe I've seen something like this before. (I honestly don't remember.) I wanted to curve (rocker) the text, and ripple the whole thing so it doesn't look so flat, but it was too much trouble…"
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SteveInCO replied to Ed's discussion 'Flying the Atheist Banner on Independence Day'
"Oddly, that's not totally unlike my profile pic, where I replaced the snake of the Gadsden Flag with the Red A."
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Ed replied to Ed's discussion 'Flying the Atheist Banner on Independence Day'
"I know some theocrats who would like to require we have our foreheads tattooed with something that warns their brethren of who we are."
Jul 5

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Florida governor slaps state worker with disciplinary action for using "climate change" verbiage.

Posted on April 13, 2015 at 10:21am 4 Comments

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2015/03/gov-ricks-scott-anti-science-purge-begins-state-employee-banned-for-uttering-climate-change/

Florida governor Rick Scott is proceeding with his threats to reprimand state employees who use terminology such as "climate change" and "global warming." They even go so far as to say mental health screening may be…

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Indiana Legislature Passes Discriminatory Anti-Gay Bill

Posted on March 27, 2015 at 9:00am 6 Comments

Yesterday the Indiana governor signed the bill passed by their legislature that allows businesses the right to deny service to the homeosexual segment of their state. The so-called valid reason for the law is respecting religious belief. Our country continues to operate like it is still in the Dark Ages. There is certainly going to be lawsuits and probably loss of revenue when organizations decide to hold such things as conventions elsewhere.

Republican dominated Arkansas Legislature At it Again.

Posted on March 25, 2015 at 11:47pm 2 Comments

Today the Arkansas State Senate approved a bill 27-3 to allow a private firm, with private monies, to erect a monument on the Capitol grounds that would display the Xtian Ten Commandments. It now goes to the House. Since our state has been recently abducted by the Republican Party -attorney general, governor, Senate majority, House majority- there has been a plethora of legislation attempting to promote their god and make life hard on the likes of illegal aliens, the poor, college kids,…

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Timbuktu Manuscripts

Posted on March 22, 2015 at 1:48pm 0 Comments

Read an article in Smithsonian about the efforts of a secretive group in the African nation of Mali to rescue the large volume of ancient Arabic manuscripts that resided in Timbuktu. The Islamist insurgents (Al queda ?) who had force-ably taken over the northern territories of Mali were uncomfortable with the existence of the manuscripts. Why? Evidently anyone who studied the manuscripts discovered that the religion of Islam actually supported religious tolerance. It was evident…

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At 12:55pm on February 18, 2015, archaeopteryx said…
I can't get my PM to work, Ed, and haven't been able to since my account was deleted Jan 1-2 - to respond, I will need an email addy --
At 12:44pm on February 18, 2015, archaeopteryx said…
Congratulations, Ed - you are my second "friend," where I once had over 200 before my account was deleted entirely Jan1-2. Since this will appear on your comment will appear on your comment wall, I can't go into detail. I will try PMing you, but since I rejoined, I haven't been able to get PM to work, so I may need you to give me an email address, if you don't receive a PM within the next five minutes.
At 9:06am on November 23, 2014, Reg The Fronkey Farmer said…

I sent you an email Ed...

At 12:23am on August 3, 2014, Tom Sarbeck said…

Napa County is indeed wine country, Ed, as is Sonoma County just to the west.

My dad and his friends made beer and wine during the Prohibition years when we lived in Ohio. He was in the grocery business and I heard him tell people they can make wine from anything that rots. My wife and made wine during our marriage but not from grapes. I now make my own liqueurs.

At 8:54am on July 2, 2014, Seraphina said…

Thanks, Ed!

I'm up the walls with study this week but once my exam is over I intend to be more active in these parts :D


At 2:24am on June 23, 2013, Karl Hanks said…

Thanks Ed!  

At 10:04pm on January 12, 2013, Samuel Cheshire said…

Thanks for the message.  I will definitely check out that book.  I am always looking for a new read.  You seem like you might have a good opinion on this; Do you think that as a race we are de-evolving by catering to the ignorant masses by creating welfare states for people who are too stupid or lazy to do for themselves and then give them tax credits which equates to thousands of dollars just for having children?  This is going to sound really bad, but wouldn't it be better for our species if we neutered anyone with an IQ under say 100?  There are too many people on earth anyway.  Why is it someones human right to reproduce?  I think it should be a privilege that is earned.  Only the best and the brightest should be allowed to carry on their genetic lineage.  Also there should be a strict guidelines and quality requirements for parenting.  I realize this will never happen.  People are to corrupt by nature to use a system like that for good.  Sometimes I think we are all doomed.

At 6:25pm on January 12, 2013, Samuel Cheshire said…

Thanks :) I'm enjoying it already.  It's nice to be able to communicate with people even if every thought is not seen eye to eye.  The internet is full of people trolling and sniping at one another, its good to finally find a place for civil correspondence.

At 6:08pm on January 12, 2013, Samuel Cheshire said…

"Indifference to the needless suffering and plight of the very beings it (god) is supposedly responsible for creating is testament to the convoluted thinking of it's followers. "

I'm sure that it is, but not only followers of a specific ideology but the human race as a whole.  For that matter every species and the whole of nature.   It's a dog eat dog world.  When a lion commits infanticide its not evil its just the natural order of things.  Human beings are fickle emotionally unstable creatures.  For some reason we have the ability to think abstractly and outside of the basic survival instincts if only for a moment or two.  The formation of religions over the coarse of human history was only natural for a creature with this capability in order to reconcile its advanced cognitive status to a deaf playing field.

At 10:41pm on December 7, 2012, Heather Spoonheim said…

I'm surprised we weren't already friends on here.  Anyway, if you don't use a copper bowl then you need to add a little cream of tartar - essentially to drop the PH a little.  You also need to ensure you don't have a single drop or smear of yolk in those whites.  After that it should be easy.

 
 
 

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